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ZelalSenguler

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About ZelalSenguler

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    LAWYER
  • Birthday 02/06/1980

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    http://www.turkishlegalconsultancy.com
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    ANTALYA
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  1. ZelalSenguler

    Turkish Legal Consultancy, Antalya

    Our Legal Services Our staff of lawyers provide a variety of legal services including: Litigation Mediation Advertisement Law Banking and Finance Law Commercial and corporate Law Consumer Law Contract Law Criminal Law Divorce Law Insurance Law Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Law Insurance Law Intellectual Property Law IT Law Labor and Employment Law Real Estate Law Tax Law Tenant and Landlord Law Wills and Estate Law Work and Residence Permits The Turkish Legal System The laws of Turkey are integrated with the European legal system. In fact, Turkish law is, in a large part, based on Swiss, Italian, French, and German law. But Turkish law is different in a variety of ways. You should consult with a Turkish lawyer whenever dealing with legal issues concerning the Turkish government, contracts, or financial institutions, as well as any other endeavor which may have legal ramifications. Our Commitment to Excellence At Turkish Legal Consultancy, a qualified member of our team will be there for you to provide cost-effective, high-quality legal services which are focused on you and your legal needs. Our Network Besides our Antalya office, we are also partnered with law offices throughout Turkey who can provide you with local, in-person assistance, wherever you are. We can handle your legal needs not just in person, but also by telephone, Skype, or Whatsapp, by message or videoconference. Personal Injury Claims Our lawyers go direct with insurance companies and responsible parties for cases involving accidents, abuse, or malpractice. Alternative Dispute Resolution Our arbitrators provide a no-nonsense, affordable alternative to lengthy litigation which can settle cases in the fastest, most efficient way. This is especially preferred in cases involving employer-employee disputes. Residence and Work Permits If you’re planning to live in Turkey, we can help you with the documents and procedures involved in getting either a Turkish residence or work permit. Company Formation Planning to open a company in Turkey? Besides our legal team, we work with business consultants and accountants who work directly with the Turkish government organizations involved in starting a company in all of the major cities in Turkey. Other Services Whatever your legal needs are, we can help you. Contact us by using the e-mail link, send us a personal message if you are A Turkey Central member, or give us a call.
  2. ZelalSenguler

    Divorce in Turkey - advice please

    Dear Bevan, You do not need to come to Turkey to start divorce process in Turkey if your partner is not willing to divorce by agreement. You do not need a family book since your marriage registered in Turkey. Therefore we need your patner’s I.D. information,especially I.D. number,which is stated at I.D. card or passport. I am myself a family lawyer you can ask your further questions trough whatsapp&mobile +905079767304 or mail to info@sengulerhukuk.com since your situatiation includes privacy . And please do not hesitate to ask to Ken who is founder of Turkey Central for my credientials as a lawyer. Best Regards Zelal Senguler Attorney at Law
  3. Hello i was told to contact you.My husband married me here in the USA we had a child together he wanted to leave our child his home in Izmir Turkey.I need to know where the house is? and if his family sold it.It seems like his family wants to keep my usa daughter a secret because this way no one knows about her.I need help here with this.

  4. ZelalSenguler

    Tapu in the name of a minor

    Dear Mimi, Yes you can have the title deed on your child's name for to do this you and the father has to behave togetherly on his name at title deed office,if you are officially married,and hold custody together. Otherwise who holds the custody has to sign on behalf of the minor. best regards Zelal Senguler Attorney At Law
  5. ZelalSenguler

    Divorce in turkey

    no recognigation of divorce requires legal action,so with the decision you have to apply British Solicitor who can assist you at this point. Best Regards Zelal Senguler Attorney at Law Turkey
  6. ZelalSenguler

    Turkish death certificate

    You Need to apply population and citizenship directorie where the deceased lived last
  7. ZelalSenguler

    Citizenship for my Child?

    No, unless you get Turkish Citizenship for yourself, your child has to reach age 18 to apply Citizenship in Turkey.
  8. ZelalSenguler

    Dual Citizen Applying for Turkish Citizenship

    How many ways are there to obtain Turkish Citizenship? There are seven ways to obtain Turkish citizenship. Obtaining Turkish citizenship through birth Obtaining Turkish citizenship through birthplace Obtaining Turkish citizenship through marriage Obtaining Turkish citizenship based on the residence in turkey Obtaining Turkish citizenship through authorities’ exceptional decision Obtaining Turkish citizenship by being adopted by a Turkish National Re-obtaining Turkish Citizenship How can I obtain Turkish citizenship through marriage? According to Turkish Law a foreigner cannot obtain Turkish Citizenship after marrying a Turkish Citizen right away. If you are married to a Turkish Citizen and your marriage continious 3 years or more, you can make an application for Turkish Citizenship. After you make an application,authorities will eveluate whether your marriage real or not than they will decide about the citizenship status. How can I obtain Turkish Citizenship based on my residency in Turkey? If you want to obtain Turkish citizenship through your residency in Turkey, you must check if you meet the conditions stated below: You should be in the age of majority and have the capacity to act either according to your own national law or, if you are stateless, according to Turkish law which requires 18 years old as the age of consent. ( You should have a legal capacity to make an application) You must have been resident in Turkey without interruption for five years preceding the date of your application. You must verify your determination to settle down in Turkey with your manners. You must have no disease constituting an obstacle in respect of public health. You must be of good moral character. You must be able to speak a sufficient level of Turkish. You must have income or profession to provide for maintenance for yourself and your dependants in Turkey You must have no quality constituting an obstacle in respect to national security and public order. Will I lose my origin nationality if I obtain Turkish Citizenship? This depends on the nationality you have. Some countries’ law does not allow you to have dual-nationality and some do, so it is advised to check with your countries’ authorities about up-to-date regulations. Countries that allow dual citizenship Please keep in mind that this list might change according to regulation changes in the countries: Australia Barbados Belgium Bangladesh Canada Cyprus United States(USA) United Kingdom (UK) Switzerland South Korea South Africa (after permission) Egypt (after permission) Greece France Finland Germany (requires prior permission) Iraq Italy Israel Hungary Iceland Sweden Slovenia Syria Serbia Armenia Lebanon Malta Spain (allows only certain Latin American Countries) Tonga Phillipines Sierra Leone Sri Lanka (by retention) Portugal Countries that do not allow dual citizenship (Please keep in mind that this list might change according to regulation changes in the countries): Andorra Austria Azerbaijan Burma Bahrain Botswana Japan China Czech Republic Denmark Fiji India Indonesia Ecuador Estonia Iran Korea Kuwait Latvia Lithuania Pakistan Poland Singapore Slovakia Solomon Islands Malaysia Mauritius Myanmar Nepal Netherlands United Arab Emirates(UAE) Romania Thailand Mexico Nepal Venezuela Norway Zimbabwe Do I have to change my name after obtaining Turkish Citizenship? No, you do not have to have a Turkish name and a surname when you are obtaining Turkish citizenship. What are the documents I need for the Turkish Citizenship application? According to Turkish Nationality Act (numbered 403), a foreigner should meet the following requirements in order to apply for Turkish nationality. Application can be made through our Consular Section or the local Governor’s office in Turkey with the following documents. A document revealing the present nationality of the applicant, i.e. passport or birth certificate. If married to a Turkish national, the official documents confirming the identities and family ties of the spouse and the under aged children. Certification of applicant’s ability to speak Turkish (a certificate will be issued by our Consular Section upon a successful interview of the applicant). A medical certificate confirming the applicant’s good health and being free from any infectious diseases that may endanger the public health (this certificate can be obtained from the local GP or family doctor). 4 photographs Completed application forms which can be obtained from our Consular Section Certification and translation fees. Completed dossiers are transferred to the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Turkey, which in turn will consider and process the applications on their merits. The applicants will be informed of the outcome by this Consulate in due course. Where can I make my application for Turkish Citizenship? If you are residing in Turkey you must make your application to Governer’s Office in your province ( In some big cities this might change). If you are in abroad you can make your application via the Turkish consulate in your own country. In both cases, your citizenship application will be reviewed by the Turkish Interior Ministry and you will have to go through an interview process. Can I give power of attorney to a lawyer to represent me and make the application on my behalf? Making an application via a representer is possible according to Turkish law.However due to the sensitivity of the process at some stages authorities will need to see you face to face (i.e. interview).
  9. ZelalSenguler

    ildren refuses pay anything ch

    Dear Elena, In Turkey we do not have a religious wedding rules, Religious wedding is an unofficial wedding and is not protected by laws. However, you can claim Alimony for both of the children, ( for the other one, after he/she borned) For yourself you can ask compensanation. To ask for alimony and compensanation, you need first claim the determination case of biological father against of the "father" Also after the fatherhood determined by laws, you can claim a criminal complaint against of him. Because our laws accepted not taking care of the children is a crime as well. Regarding the Turkish Laws, the custody of children who born out of marriage is belongs to mother. So the father can not claim any right over children. So you can travel here. If you want to start a legal process please do not hesitate to contact with me Best Regards
  10. ZelalSenguler

    Inheritance in turkey

    I strongly believe that its another scam mail, If you need any assistance you can contact with me, we can check if this lawyer is really a lawyer at least I am a lawyer registered to Antalya Bar assosciation with the number 2502, and expats here also knows me a bit I suppose
  11. ZelalSenguler

    DIVORCE

    My e mail is zelalsenguler@gmail.com please send it to my e-mail.
  12. ZelalSenguler

    important please

    Dear Maif, I travel often to Istanbul, you can contact with me and family law is one of my area of expertise you can call me from+905079767304 if you still require lawyer. Att. Zelal Senguler www.turkishlegalconsultancy.com
  13. ZelalSenguler

    DIVORCE

    Dear Joe, Your husband can not marry again without a divorce decision in Turkey legally, so either he lives with someone without a legal marriage,or divorced from you,which is really really hard and long process with out your presence. Still with some info you can give to me,I can check it. If he divorced here you need that decision recognigised in U.K.if you are still married officially than you have to claim a divorce suit. Att. Zelal Senguler SENGULER LEGAL CONSULTANCY Tel : +905079767304 Meltem Mah. 6. Cd. 9A 14/4 07050 Antalya www.turkishlegalconsultancy.com
  14. ZelalSenguler

    SCAM Marriage require Divorce ASAP

    My questions are: We were married in Didim, do I need to get divorced in Didim, or if I locate him can I get divorced in Istanbul? (I don't think he will come to Didim) You have to fill your case either your last residence that you live together last six months, or where one party resides, if there is no residence of both parties in Turkey you can claim your case in Istanbul. If you have his pasport copy, your marriage book a lawyer can find out where is his registered residence to send court notifications. I have 2 witnesses, if I can divorce him in Istanbul would they need to travel to the court? Or can I get a notarised statement in Didim from them? if you show those witnesses tfrom .U.K. hey should come to Turkey. If they are already in Turkey and they reside in didim, the court may ask their witness statement shall be taken by court in Didim. How can I protect my property in Didim to leave totally to my daughter, while I sort out my divorce? If you do not want to wait, you can sell it to your daughter, if you die meanwhile your husband could claim a case that you sell the house because of fail of inheritence. If you want to grant the house still your husband's legal portion will still exist. But after your divorce he could not claim any right unless the house has been purchased after marriage How much is this likely to cost me? The court costs and legal fees calculated separately. Legal fees changes trough lawyer and workload Will I be penalised financially because I worked throughout the marriage, (ie must share wealth accumulated during the marriage) while he lost his job 2 days after the wedding? No there is no such rule in Turkey If he does not agree to the divorce, and makes the process take longer, can he liable for my costs? Only the legal costs, he won't be liable for your lawyers fee.
  15. ZelalSenguler

    Divorce..need help

    1. Yes you can live in Turkey after divorce 2. Your resident permit will be changed from family resident permit to short termresident permit. 3. If you divorce you still apply for citizenship regarding general terms within the conditions such as living in turkey last five years without an interrupt, to have good knowledge of turkish, not having a criminal record, able to live and look aftr yourself
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